Noun(1) a form of address for a man
(1) Well, I'm sorry, mister , but I've been a Frank Zappa fan since before you were even wearing diapers, okay?(2) Another voice could be heard that was even louder, ├ö├ç├┐You don't have to like my decision mister but you will have to live with it!(3) With all due respect, mister , I think it is always our objective to win.(4) A fun way to make sure your bird gets his regular shower is to use a mister .(5) I may be pregnant but I will get up and kick your butt mister .(6) Hold your tongue mister , you're going to say something stupid.(7) As the fellow carried him ashore, the boy looked up and said, ├ö├ç├┐Thanks for saving my life, mister .├ö├ç├û(8) look here, mister know-all(9) Also use a pebble tray or spray plants often with a mister to increase humidity.(10) If you do not have time or do not need to wash your hair, just dampening it slightly with a mister or wet comb should do the trick.(11) thanks, mister(12) He said to me, ├ö├ç├┐I understand there was some dancing going on, mister .├ö├ç├û(13) You just wait until you have problems fitting into your tux, mister .(14) Use a mister for larger planter boxes with the same method that you used with the drippers.(15) "Well mister ," she said, pointing her fork at him.(16) Then some kid will turn up on a Saturday from Auchtermuchty or somewhere like that and say to me, ├ö├ç├┐Hey, mister , are you the man that does the rugby?├ö├ç├û
1. mister ::
2. sir ::
3. don ::
5. babu ::
Different Formsmister, misters
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